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Filter Hi all... Getting bike back from sparkies after a rewire this week and i want to change the oil soon. I have been unable to find an after market oil filter element so was wondering if anyone could help me .... also was wondering if it is possible to remove the filter without taking exhausts off ...

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Hi. If they are standard exhausts - yes I am sure the filter comes straight off. The oil filter equvalents are listed in the members area. Hope that helps

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